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Labour joins call for overseas judges on Supreme Court

Labour appears to have done an about face and is now backing the appointment of overseas judges to the Supreme Court.This is a turnaround from the early 2000s when then zealous Labour attorney-general Margaret Wilson rejected the idea out of hand.Now Labo

Jock Anderson
Thu, 11 Mar 2010

Labour appears to have done an about face and is now backing the appointment of overseas judges to the Supreme Court.

This is a turnaround from the early 2000s when then zealous Labour attorney-general Margaret Wilson rejected the idea out of hand.

Now Labour would welcome the appointment of

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Jock Anderson
Thu, 11 Mar 2010
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